Editor's Desk

If you're moving abroad to work, either independently or because of a transfer within your company, what things are you hoping for in order to be a happy expat?
How to address the millions of Canadians who live abroad? Should government policies support our diasporas, integrate them into Canadian society and encourage them to return one day? And should we be concerned about expatriates returning to Canada after their retirement and benefiting from a healthcare system that they haven't paid into sufficiently?
It's easy to think about studying or volunteering abroad in terms of people from the West going away.

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The Internet just found out that Hangover star Bradley Cooper can speak fluent French.
Why are students on this side of the pond less likely to take a year off before college?
A little bird just told me - actually, it was the Banff Squirrel - that Parks Canada just turned 100 years old!
Cross-cultural interactions could be so well-served by more diversification.
I know, I know. You meant to apply for that summer abroad programme...
If you already suffer from terminally itchy feet, you need to be careful what you expose your impressionable mind to, otherwise you might find your bags packed and a plane ticket in your hand before you know what's what.
Do you need some encouragement to prove gap year travels aren't just a waste of time undertaken by kids wanting to booze and party before returning to the world of academics?
When you think of microfinance, you probably think of women and families in...
If you're worried about the world running out of resources...
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